Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be spending Christmas Morning with Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle visit Nottingham Academy on Dec. 1, 2017 in Nottingham, England. Andy Stenning - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be bonding with his nephew, Prince George, and niece, Princess Charlotte, on Christmas morning.

A source told Entertainment Tonight that Markle and Prince Harry opted to stay with Prince William and Kate Middleton at Anmer Hall in Norfolk so they could bond with the kids.

Initially, Markle and Prince Harry would’ve stayed at Queen Elizabeth II’s property in Sandringham, but Markle wants to use the free time she has to get to know her fiancé’s nephew and niece.

On Christmas morning, the soon to be married couple will help Prince George and Princess Charlotte open their stockings from Santa Claus. They will also be guiding the youngsters in opening their other presents. Prince William and Middleton will also be there.

Prior to their Christmas Day bonding, Markle will be joining Prince Harry and his entire family for a pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace. While there, Markle is expected to meet the rest of the royal family, as well as Prince Harry’s distant relatives.

Meanwhile, Markle and Prince Harry are expected to return to Nottingham after the holidays. The couple will soon be preparing for their May 19, 2018 nuptials that will be held at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Before their wedding, the royal family will first witness the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child. There are rumors suggesting that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a boy or twins. However, none has been confirmed yet.

Middleton and Prince William will also be sending their 2-year-old daughter to nursery in January. According to The Guardian, the royal couple chose a nursery that’s close to Kensington Palace. Willcocks nursery school is located in the hall of Holy Trinity church in Kensington, West London, and was rated as “outstanding” when last inspect by Ofsted in 2012.

A spokesperson for the palace said that Prince William and Middleton were impressed by the team that works at the school that’s why they chose it for their daughter.

Morning school will be from Monday to Friday for three hours. Afternoon schools run for three days and is less structured.